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To frustrate Pyongyang’s black propaganda, Japan should make other countries know the measures it is taking to deal with the coronavirus during the Olympics.
North Korea, which boycotted the 1988 Seoul Games, became the first nation to announce it will skip the upcoming Olympics amidst the global pandemic.
The 17-year-old Okayama Prefecture native became the first Asian to capture a title at the home of the Masters.
The 20-year-old won the women's 100-meter butterfly final at the Japan Swimming Championships. Ikee earned a spot on the 4x100-medley relay team.
The AlphaTauri driver passed Lance Stroll on the final lap to earn points at the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ichiro played a pivotal role in the Seattle Mariners' come-from-behind victory in his first MLB game on April 2, 2001.
The two-time Olympic champion was brilliant in the short program, but fell short of replicating that excellence in the free skate.
“Without support from my fans, I would not have made a comeback here, so please continue to support me," Spring Basho winner Terunofuji said.
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Chen became the first American to win three straight world titles since Scott Hamilton won four in a row (1981-84), while two-time champ Yuzuru Hanyu took...
Anna Shcherbakova captured her first world title, while Elizaveta Tuktamysheva and Alexandra Trusova finished second and third, respectively. Kaori Sakamoto placed sixth overall and Rika Kihira...